Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna Are Gearing Up for a Nasty Custody Battle

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One day things are great, the next they're a mess. Despite talk of both Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna being in good, civil places, a new report is claiming that Rob and Chyna are gearing up for a nasty custody battle

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A source told Us Weekly that Chyna wants full custody of their daughter Dream, and for Rob to only have visitation rights. This -- obviously -- is not going to sit well with Rob or his mom Kris Jenner. The insider also added that, currently, Rob is never left alone with his 3-month-old daughter, and constantly has the support of his family as he learns the ropes of being a dad. Rob's family also, not surprisingly, never fully trusted Chyna. "They've all always had their issues with Chyna but they were happy when the relationship was working and when Rob was happy," the insider revealed. "But at the end of the day, they all raise an eyebrow at Chyna and her intentions." 

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In addition to Rob's custody of Dream being at stake, the future of the former couple's reality show is currently up in the air. "Rob is currently filming for Keeping Up with the Kardashians," a source said, while an E! spokesperson said in a statement to People that production is "continuing to shoot with all the family members, and are covering Rob and his relationship with Chyna." That said, though, Rob's other show -- Rob & Chyna, which covered the pair's relationship -- may not be coming back for a second season. A source says it's currently "up in the air." Chyna can't be happy about that. 

It's certainly not surprising that things are getting nasty between Rob and Chyna. Their relationship, after all, has always been, for lack of a better word, a sh-t show. Hopefully, they'll reach a custody agreement that works for Dream and makes both parties happy. 

But let's be honest, the odds of that happening are pretty much zero. Buckle up, guys. It's going to be a bumpy ride ahead. 

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